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Please answer this question I have an old photo from the 70s which I am struggling to do a good colour correction of. My question is: If I am going to color correct it which software should I use? Color Correcting software I tried using Adobe Camera Raw and Gimp but they really suck. I would like to have an advanced option, but not too advanced so it would not make the photo look worse. How would you color correct the following photo? I was using Adobe Photoshop CS5 for a while, but now I am back to 7, for reasons. The photos shows the following scene: 1) A scene on the left. 2) On the right is a photo with a different exposure and lighting. The problem is that the colours don’t look the same. Sorry for the bad quality and I hope you can help me with this question! A: First of all, if you can get a.tiff from your scanner, that would really help. JPEGs are notorious for misrepresenting the colors in an image - they tend to make things look overly saturated and contrasty. Your problem looks pretty simple to me. I'd try unsharp masking first. That's the most basic way to fix color issues like this. If that doesn't work, I'd try desaturating, brightening, or both, depending on what looks best. I know that you don't want to use Photoshop, but maybe ACR can give you a better result if you try using the sliders. If not, Gimp is a pretty good free alternative. A better way to figure out what to do next is to look at other images that have similar colors. It seems like you just need some adjustment, but you might need to experiment a bit with the tools in order to get what you want. Avelo - QRT Customers, Updates and Social News Institute for Social Research - a renowned Swiss university for social science research and analysis. Based in Bern, the institute has four different centres, namely, the Centre for the Social Sciences, the Centre for Human Resource Studies, the Centre for European Studies, and the Centre for the Empowerment of Women. The institute’s chief mandate is to maintain, and also develop, a high level of social research, without ignoring the political realities of our time.